Hotel Royale Heritage
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... an ayurvedic diet to our needs. I had the flu for most of the time I was there however everyone nurtured me through the sickness with natural and ayurvedic remedies. The ayurvedic treatments made me feel like I was an ancient goddess being doused in golden warm oils and herbal fragrances at least twice a day. Techniques such as massage, scrubbing and pouring warm ghee over the ...
... out of the hotel and headed out to do some sightseeing.
Philomena's Church- largest Catholic church in India.
Maharajahs Palace- by far the best palace we have seen in India. The palace was designed by the British architect Henry Irvin and seemed grander than Buckingham Palace. It was very impressive and we spent a good couple of hours looking around, including a photo shoot with ...
... the interior fittings are carved from glossy deep brown teak. The tour starts with the Doll's Pavilion, a collection of idols, dolls and statues presented to the maharajas during visits. Also seen is the Golden Howdah used during festivals - a wooden framed item decorated with 80kg of gold leaf. We then go through the burnished brass Elephant Gate, the main entrance to the palace, and through into the Marriage Pavilion, an interesting and ...
... to be back again with a vengeance next time. Meanwhile as I recover, there will be more clarity on why I dropped nine minutes at KTM. Finally hats off to the RFL guys for organizing the race in such a professional manner.I sincerely hope an Indian wins an Olympic medal in FM/HM in 2024 Olympics.
... smell of fish was pretty intense - my idea of hell! Was interesting to see though. If you want to eat fresh fresh that's probably the place to go. Sadly it's wasted on me but I did have a fresh coconut instead! A few of us grabbed some lunch at Dal Roti again which was delicious and we picked up something for the train journey too as it was going to be a long one.... We left Kochi at about 5ish to catch ...